Casey Martin
Casey  Martin

Volunteer Assistant Coach

First Season


Casey Martin enters his third season with the U-M program after joining the fold on Oct 2, 2013. Martin previoulsy served as a assistant at Vassar College during the 2012 season, and was was an assistant at Wagner College from 2010-11.

In his Wolverine tenure, Martin has mentored 2013 All-ECAC Rookie Team and 2015 Honorable Mention All-Big Ten member Gerald Logan. Additionally, he was tasked with preparing freshman goaltender Robbie Zonino to fill in for the injured Logan in 2013. Zonino filled in admirably, earning All-ECAC Rookie Team honors as he averaged 10.06 stops per contest.

Martin, who was the recruiting coordinator at Wagner prior to his stint at Vassar, arrived in Ann Arbor with experience as both a coach and a player. At Wagner, Martin worked on both sides of the ball - with the offensive unit and with the goalies. He assisted in the organization of practices, film breakdown, scouting and national recruiting. Prior to joining the Wagner staff, Martin was the men's head lacrosse coach and player for the Manchester Wasconians in Manchester, England for the 2009-10 season.

Martin was a three-year lacrosse letterman at Fairfield University from 2005-07. He was a member of the Fairfield team that won the Great Western Lacrosse Championship in 2005 and participated in the NCAA Championships that same year.

He graduated from Fairfield with a B.S. in Finance in 2008 and with an MBA in Management from Wagner in 2012. As a scholastic player at Fayetteville-Manlius High School, Martin was a three-year starter and team captain in 2003 and 2004. He ranks in the top 10 in school history in goals and points. For his accomplishments in lacrosse and as a football team captain, he was elected into the Athletic Hall of Fame in 2004.

His main responsibilities the goalie unit, and running the box during games. He will also be responsible for developing new iPad based systems for distributing information, scouting reports, playbooks and video to the U-M program.